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Three keys are not responding on my ibm laptop 640e
it makes it imporsible for me to boot the system because one of the keys needed to type my password does not respond, keys involved are i, k, and the colon
Sounds like something is under the keyboard in that area. anything spill down there? you should be able to open the unit, and remove keyboard,and blow it out with compressed air(DO NOT do that while it's still installed in computer)
Posted on Feb 17, 2008
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